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Exciting position with Vic State Government

Exciting position with Vic State Government

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The Department of Justice and Regulation is recruiting community work supervisors (field officers) across multiple Victorian locations.

Bring your life skills and experience to a role that gives back to your local community:

About the role

Community corrections involves the management and supervision of offenders in the community. Offenders must report regularly to their community corrections officer and may have to participate in unpaid community work and rehabilitation programs. Community work programs are focused on offenders participating in meaningful work that contributes back to their local communities and encourages offender rehabilitation.

Community work supervisors (field officers) transport up to 11 offenders to local community work sites and supervise their community work activities, ensuring strict compliance to OHS requirements, as well as providing training to offenders to develop new skills.

“I love the feeling of satisfaction at the end of a day’s work. I enjoy the challenge of working with offenders and assisting them with their transition back into the community. You need excellent interpersonal and communication skills. You can’t be judgmental. You will have the support of an outstanding team. Community Corrections, it’s a great career!” – Douglas, Field Officer

A number of vacancies are currently available:

  • North West Metropolitan (Sunshine/Derrimut/Thomastown)
  • South East Metropolitan (Dandenong, Lilydale)
  • Gippsland (Morwell)
  • Grampians (Ballarat)
  • Loddon Mallee (Swan Hill, Mildura)

For more information or to apply visit http://correctionsjobs.vic.gov.au

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Debra Mar Working many years in the corporate world in Melbourne and overseas, Debra found herself in the fashion industry as a designer after studying 3 years at RMIT. She now producers and presenters her own radio program The Breakfast Table every Tuesday 6-9am and writes for a local magazine. With a love of writing and being involved in the community, she has a certain curiosity of what makes people ‘tick’, Debra also writes feature stories and updates details on the RPP FM website.